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32resources STAGE 1: UNDERSTAND Climate Change Climate change reports can be found online through several sources, below are the some helpful links that support creating the HighWaterLine in your community. Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Sciences (download PDF) Real Climate: Climate Science from Climate Scientists (see Start Here) NASA Global Climate Change: Key Websites NASA Global Climate Change: Key Indicators (Download Data) Climate Central: Surging Seas Report Climate Change Impacts and Adapting to Change Center for Climate and Energy Solutions l Adaptation Plans by State Climate Techbook: How to reduce greenhouse emissions from all sectors State of the Climate in 2011. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. National Climatic. Data Center. IPCC Fourth Assessment Report 2007 STATE 2: MAP the HighWaterLine FEMA flood maps (see Flood Maps to download your region) Flood Maps - google maps with sea level rise scenarios by Alex Tingle Surging Seas How to read a Topographical Map Measuring Sea Level RESOURCES